The annual free Memorial Park concert has another headliner.
Isaak is best known for the love song “Wicked Game,” but much of his material, including “Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing” and “Somebody’s Crying,” feature a classic rock sound more like Elvis or Roy Orbison. Isaak has also acted in numerous TV shows and movies.
Isaak and Little Steven will play the concert at Memorial Park on June 28. Omaha cover band The Firm will open the show, and a fireworks show will follow.
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1988: Striking a patriotic pose at the Memorial Park concert are, from left, Joanna Golden, 8, of Springfield, Illinois; Sarah Price, 8, of Omaha; Jennie Golden, 5, Joanna's sister; and Nicholas Ilalia, 8, of Omaha.
1993: The Drifters are one of the bands that performed on July 2.
1997: Fans cheer during the concert.
1997: Fans pack Memorial Park for the free concert.
1999: Gina Rolfe of Omaha claps along to the beat of the music with her daughter, Erica Rolfe, 5. Pictured at the bottom left is Gina's son, Jayden, 1.
2001: Grant Michelsen cools off with a bottle of water while waiting for the Beach Boys to appear.
2001: Lara Murdzia, a Sr. Airman with the U.S. Airforce band Night Wing, belts out a country western tune.
2001: Kathie Horvath of Omaha gets into the 4th of July spirit while listening to the United States Airforce band, Night Wing.
2001: Crowds gathered early at Memorial Park.
2003: The Omaha Symphony played a free outdoor concert at Memorial Park. Themed "Spirit of America," it included a patriotic-themed repertoire.
2003: The Omaha Symphony played a free outdoor concert at Memorial Park.
2003: About 125 people attended the performance of Stephan Smith of New York City at Memorial Park.
2004: Thousands of people descended upon Memorial Park's lawn for a free 311 concert.
2004: A crowd of people waits in the pouring rain for the concert featuring Salem Baptist Church's Voices of Victory Choir, Mulberry Lane, Three Dog Night and The Doobie Brothers.
2004: Blankets cover the lawn as people claim a patch of land.
2006: A crowd surfer is transported to the front of the crowd and then sent back into the crowd.
2006: John Hagerman, 12, and Gary Hagerman, right, listen to the early acts before Conor Oberst.
2006: Erica Kethan, right and Carly Bird, both of Omaha, dance in the rain.
2006: Fans look on adoringly at Conor Oberst despite pouring rain.
2006: Conor Oberst performs to a rain-soaked crowd.
2006: Conor Oberst performs.
2006: Conor Oberst performs.
2006: Conor Oberst sings to a rain-covered crowd.
2006: A beautiful sunset at the free concert featuring Conor Oberst and Bright Eyes.
2006: The crowd never wavered despite plenty of rain.
2006: Brian Hadfield, left, and Crystal Reid, both of Omaha, pass the time before the music starts by reading books.
2008: Susan Dickhaut of Council Bluffs looks for her kids as they ran to the car parked across the street as a major storm hit.
2008: Nick Carlson takes cover from the hail under a tree.
2008: Leslie Feist performs.
2008: A fan holds up a light for the Feist performance.
2008: A band member plays trumpet for the Feist performance.
2008: People sit in the shade while listening to the music of The Good Life.
2008: Jon Roberts, 18, top, and Stephen Glandenning, 19, both of Gretna, perform a two-man somersault.
2008: Debris is scattered about Memorial Park where people left their belongings to seek shelter when a major storm with damaging winds hit Omaha.
2009: Omaha band Mal Madrigal performed.
2009: Indi band Gomez performed. Ben Ottewell, left, and Tom Gray perform with Gomez.
2009: Diesel, a very good boy, keeps an eye on the action.
2009: Concert-goers show their enthusiasm.
2010: Milo, left, and Lacee, chihuahuas owned by Yvette Duvall of Plattesmouth, catch the free concert.
2010: Crowds swarm the lawn area around Memorial Park.
2010: Alyssa Mathews, age 7 of Bellevue, and Hannah Meece, of Omaha, play "patty cake" while waiting for the music to start.
2010: Chris Lenz, age 8, has the best seat in the house on the shoulders of 7-foot-1 Tanner Bradshaw's shoulders.
2011: Jill Shradar sits with Maleah Shradar, 6, and Jane Shradar as they wait for the concert to begin.
2011: Andrew Henry plays catch with his cousin Bill Henry during the concert.
2011: Kip Kelly displays a love for rock and roll during the national anthem.
2011: Josh Gubbels blows some bubbles at he waits for the concert to start.
2011: Connie McNary tries to take some cover from the sun as she checks a message on her phone. Take Me to Vegas opened the concert, followed by 38 Special and Cheap Trick.
2011: Fans of local band "Take Me to Vegas" sing along.
2012: Huey Lewis and the News headlines the concert.
2012: Seth Keith of La Vista dances with his daughter, Zoe, 3, as Mockingbird Sun performs.
2012: Janet Workman saves their space with blankets.
2012: Larry Talmon of Nebraska City sits in the front of the bowl at Memorial Park.
2012: Dave Nicholls of Omaha tosses his daughter Enola Nicholls into the air as he and his wife, Tracy, and 11-month-old son Kahler wait for Huey Lewis and the News to play.
2013: Mallory Marsh, 27, lifts up her daughter, Jayden Marsh, 5, and dances to Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo.
2013: Thousands of people cover the hills to watch the concert.
2013: A beach ball makes its way through the crowd.
2013: Cyn Appley, of Omaha, dances during the performance of Loverboy.
2013: Joseph Gregg, 1, of Omaha, stakes his claim to a spot.
2013: Pat Benatar preforms.
2014: Laurie Joslin, left, and Traci Lamb, right, both of Omaha, cheer on Smash Mouth.
2014: Thousands attend the free concert.
2014: Ashley Grave, Jackie Nevitt, Sam Henderson and Logan Good, all of Glenwood, Iowa, sing along while standing on their coolers.
2014: Smash Mouth performs.